The terrifying scene was broadcast on Facebook live and a video was posted on Instagram.
THIS is the horrific moment a man is accidentally shot in the head on Facebook Live while his pals mess about with guns. The video has since circulated across the internet, although local news stations have republished edited versions that blur out the group's faces and do not show the shooting. The two other people in the auto exit the vehicle.
Just moments later the gun went off and Holmes was wounded.
The shooting was reported early Sunday morning in the parking lot of a gas station, reported Click2Houston. The man who is sitting in the back seat places a gun on the car's armrest, before Damper pulls out another gun and waves it in front of the phone camera.
Holmes was nervous when Damper picked up the gun.
"It ain't got no clip, bud", the other man in the auto is heard saying.
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The 26-year-old man slumped over on his side and blood began pouring out of his head. She was previously charged with tampering with evidence after police said she tried to wipe off her hands before testing for gun powder residue.
The unidentified male passenger in the vehicle has not been charged.
Police identified the woman as Cassandra Damper, 25, who told police that she believed the weapons were not loaded. According to Holmes' mother, he was in stable condition after undergoing surgery at Ben Taub Hospital, at last check.
The second man in the video was not charged.
Authorities said a grand jury will decided if any additional charges should be filed.
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